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known as their schuylkill station, it's a steam plant it provides steam to the center city steam loop in center city philadelphia. today at 3:30 an explosion rocked this area, we'll show you some photos here from viewers that showed how dust and debris was sent in a column of smoke above the plant, one of two primary boilers exploded fortunately a safety valve system worked a very big sound but minor damage as deputy chief gary losh explains. >> that is where it's designed to blowout in the boiler for safety reasons, it caused windows in a nearby maintenance building to blowout and minor injury to an employee. and no power outages in the
city. >> was opening the door to get my groceries out and pulling the bag out and then boom, the bag drops and the milk breaks and it's a cloud of red smoke, it looks like 1,000 bricks blew up. >> a lot of dust and debris at one point. that was neighbor harvey, he was outside during the explosion. and there was concerns about the structural integrity of the one of the stacks there, that brought experts from lni here and that is deemed safe and stable. and folks ordered to shelter in place, if not told so yet they will be able to come outside. stable after a rather wild afternoon. live in grays ferry, john rawlins, channel 6 "action news." we are following developing news out of the orlando, just 30 minutes ago police announced that they found the body of the
little 2-year-old attacked by an alligator at disney world last night. is he identified as lane graves of elk horn, nebraska. >> he was within the immediate area of where he was last seen. it took some time to go through and make sure in the waters and it's kind of murky, there is likely no question in my mind that the child was drowned by the alligator. >> the alligator snatched lane while he was in ankle deep water at the floridian hotel and spa. they caught and euthanized alligators in their search for the boy. police in orlando are undergoing stress counseling outside of the pulse nightclub therk are working to reconstruct the killer's movements. 39 people died when omar mateen
opened fire in the club as it was closing. we'll have more coming up at 5:30 and we'll be live at the vigil for the philadelphia teenager that lost her life in that attack. and egypt says the main wreckage of flight 804 has been located. a french vessel found several large sections of the airbus today. 66 people died when the plane went down in the mediterranean last month in route from paris to cairo, no group has come forward to claim an attack. four people are recovering after an accident that sent a police vehicle into a search this afternoon. two hurt were philadelphia police officers. >> it happen at 12:30 this afternoon at the corner of 3rd and tabor road. sara bloomquist is live with the details. >> reporter: both vehicles have since been towed from the scene and there is debris left behind.
six people including two officers were taken to the hospital for observation and treatment. fortunately everybody is going to be okay. this is the scene at 3rd and tabor in olney, following a collision a police suv came to rest in front of a church and the black car came to a stop on the steps of the church. the two female officers were responding lights and sirens to assist another officer, when they came to the intersection they collided with the black sedan, carrying two adult women and two children in the backseat. >> i heard the siren and my daughter ran out first and said oh my god it's a bad accident. >> george was doing work nearby and came to look. >> the lady in the other car was driving the car with her mother and started screaming at the cops. somebody had to calm her down because she had kids. >> everybody was taken to
einstein medical center for observation. none of the injuries are considered life-threatening, this woman is a member of the church and she too rushed to the scene. >> i want to see if my car is already. >> it's okay. >> you are all right. zbll the two adult women in the black is a den were treated for back and neck pain, one officer suffers leg injuries and the children were taken to einstein as well they were not hurt just taken for observation. we should note that driver of the black sedan was driving with a suspended license and could be cited. >> i'm sara bloomquist, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you from our delaware newsroom, the search is on for a gunman that fired shots that hit three teenagers and a 12-year-old in wilmington. a police officer heard the shots and found victims at elm and
south van buren streets. a 12-year-old was shot in the thigh and essence told "action news" she and her friend chris were innocent victims, they were playing tag when they got shot. >> we started running and chris dodged behind the car and i looked back and he was on the ground. >> pow pow pow. >> i got up from my bed and said oh christian. >> christian is recovering, a 15 shot remains in critical condition and a 16-year-old victim also remains hospitalized . police in the lehigh valley are looking for this man who robbed a bank wearing this mask. it happened at 10:00 a.m. at the first niagara bank. according to officials, the suspect entered through the back door and pulled out a silver handgun, he is described as 5'8" with dark scruff on his skin, a
dye pack exploded during the robbery. anybody with information is asked to call the upper macungie police department. the corruption trial of congressman, chaka fattah, is official any in the hands of the jury. vernon odom is live with the details. >> reporter: good evening monica, it's jury has just been sent home for the night and they are resume deliberations tomorrow morning. this could take a long time and there are many counts here and so much at stake. it's another long day for congressman fattah and all others involved in this case that took five weeks to try. judge harvey bartle took five hours charging the jury and reading them 100 pages of what they are doing here and vote not guilty if there is a reasonable doubt. one juror was dismissed. the reason is not disclosed. there was a paper trail but no
signatures by the 11 term congressman. the prosecutors want the jurors to believe the word of two admitted felons and two former fattah consultants that testified for the government. saying they helped to hide money pilfered from an array of nonprofits. the defense says that the once powerful congressman had no idea what they were doing >> they say fattah is a crook that stole money from his own campaigns to pay off debts and reenforce his lifestyle. >> there are many, many counts to consider here and many against four co-defendants of fattah's. many believe there will not be a verdict until next week. i'm vernon odom, channel 6 "action news." >> thanks. time to get a check of the "action news" traffic report for you. >> it's midweek and matt pellman in the traffic center with the low down on the slow down. >> verdict is in on 95, not a
great ride, jammed up in the northbound lanes but it's better than it was this morning rick and monica when we had the huge truck fire at girard that blocked all lanes for several hours, everything is open this afternoon but just congested and they are coming out at 10:00 tonight to fix the guardrail damaged in the fire and then at 11:00 the vine street expressway will close. a mess later on and busy now and extra busy on the schuylkill because of the phils game and the dolly parton concert at fairmount park but if you are headed to firefly over the weekend, things are better, the crash at christiana and 1 has cleared. will not get better until the weekend for the admiral wilson boulevard, emergency construction continues through through at least this weekend. we'll check it again in the next half hour. >> thank you matt.
more ahead on "action news" at 5:00 tonight. atlantic city, bouncing back why officials in the cash strapped town says the future is bright even with another misstep from the owners of the revel casino. and governor chris christie looked to the future today how he celebrated educators in the making. >> the clouds are rolling in i'll time out the rain and a sneak peek at father's day weekend.
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chopper 6 hd was over the scene. the driver of the truck sustained an arm injury but is expected to be okay. the truck stopped traffic in the car lanes for about 90 minutes. the hotel portion of the revel casino has not reopened just yet but some members of the chamber of commerce says the city is bouncing back. joe kelly says there is a billion dollars worth of investments happening there. the showboat is expected to reopen as a none gambling hotel. >> the bleak forecast is for the
city of atlantic city but the forecast for atlantic city is coming up. officials say that permits still need to be obtained. new jersey governor, chris christie is celebrating future teachers, announced the new class of woodrow wilson new jersey teaching fellows in new jersey. they will educate the highest needs children in science, technology and math this is the third year the program is in place. wawa welcome america begins in two weeks, the festival runs through june 27th to july 4th. jim kenney spoke about the events, seven free movie nights and wawa free hoagie day and events at local libraries. >> welcome america will give 10,000 free books to our libraries for children. reads in every neighborhood can
just show up. >> new this year an award will be handed out for our every day heroes, two people will be honored for the extraordinary things they do for the community. that happens at the celebration of freedom ceremony on july 4th. two local schools are joining forces this fall. they announced an agreement this afternoon for the new technician program. operating out of two locations, pcp's north regional location on godfrey avenue. a trip to a playground, was all business for philadelphia mayor, jim kenney, on calahill street in philadelphia. the mayor is on a blitz of sorts seeking support for his city wide pre-k plan. visitors brought their expertise to the city of philadelphia. the wharton school held a forum
with ceos to talk about what it takes to run a successful business and one topic was keeping employees loyal to their company. the gary papa run is just days away. and the local celebrity using star power for the fight against cancer. and "action news" is about interaction with you, follow us on social media for headlines and accuweather and breaking news on facebook, facebook.com/6abcactionnews.
health check tonight. it's been 10 years since we lost our friend and colleague gary papa to prostate cancer. ali gorman is joining us at the big board with more. >> reporter: gary's prostate cancer was rare it started young in his 40s and it was aggressive. and he shared his story to help save other men from the same battle. the run is named after him, and another celebrity is helping to spread the word. >> his voice has been heard on
local radio for decades. steve morrison from the preston and steve show on wmmr makes listenings laugh with his jokes and quick witt. he is hoping to spark listeners and men to be proactive with their health. steve is a speaker at this year's gary papa annual run. he was diagnosed with the disease two years ago at age 54 and he was seeing his doctor regularly and the cancer was caught early. the whole message was that being out ahead of it saved my life. >> steve had surgery and is now cancer free. he urges other men talk to your health care provider, and get the appropriate screening and follow-up. he tells me he feels honored to be associated with gary papa and
his message and although gary lost his life, he likely saved many. >> the lives he has saved through his journey and what he encountered is almost incomprehensible. that sentiment was recently echoed by another philadelphia favorite. >> he lived a great life and is now making a difference when he is gone. and philadelphia was better for having gary papa here. as for screening for prostate cancer, all men should talk to their doctor at least starting at age 50, if you have a higher risk start in your 40s. that goes with anyone with a family history or african-american. as for the run this sunday all of us from "action news" will be out there. there is time to sign up. a 5-k run and a 10 k walk and a fun walk. we have all the details at 6abc.com. >> i'll do the fun walk and 5-k
and 10-k. >> sure you are. >> it's a great effort. still to come tonight a check of the forecast for you. going live outside now and check it out the ben franklin bridge looking beautiful. we'll see how the weather is stacking up. meteorologist, cecily tynan, with the exclusive accuweather forecast.
meteorologist cecily tynan, is here with the forecast. >> hi monica and rick. we have wet weather on the way. right now most of our region is rain free, we have a few light sprinkles across south jersey and most of it is dying down and one batch heading towards mays landing and another one to sea isle city. and most of the city rain will be falling when most of us are asleep. timing now temperatures are cooling off thanks to the clouds, philadelphia 77 degrees and we hit 80 earlier today. you see the area seeing the most sunshine, allentown 83 and wilmington 73 with clouds, a shower moved through an hour ago and cape may point relatively cool at 69 degrees. satellite 6 along with action radar showing after yesterday's bright blue skies and sunshine the clouds rolled in and this is in advance of a warm front and what will happen is low pressure will develop off the coast of
this warm front and that will bring us an easterly flow tomorrow. that keeps us socked in with clouds and helps to bring in showers tonight. the call from accuweather tonight, late night rain with a rumble of thunder and with the cloud cover temperatures not dropping all that much generally in the 60s but the good news is if you have evening plans, the dolly parton concert at the mann or the phillies game it's looking dry. the steady rain should be holding off until midnight. we say dry evening and early tomorrow morning this is when we see the bulk of the steady rain early at 5:00 in the morning steady rain is rolling through and affecting the first half of the commute. rain around 10:00 and it's brightening and peeks of sunshine and a secondary low early friday morn that will clip areas to the south, so the best
chance of seeing rain on friday, actually down in dover where the firefly is taking place that is early in the morning. it's looking pretty good and showers and perhaps a thunderstorm 75 and friday early morning showers and sunshine and the weekend in dover plenty of sunshine and temperatures climbing up into the low 80s. the five-day at 5:00 showing tomorrow it's unsettled with early rain and mostly cloudy skies and 74 degrees friday early rain south and afternoon sunshine and 80. look at this, father's day weekend 85 on saturday and 85 on sunday and monday first day summer heats up to 90 and could get hotter on tuesday. melissa will talk about that in the accuweather forecast. (vo) we went to hollywood to ask
if america's favorites - burgers, tacos and chili could taste just as great made with turkey. thousands stepped into the jennie-o tasting booth to find out. with just one bite, they knew. now it's your turn to make the switch. "action news" delaware valley's leading news program. just what did she know and when did she know it. in the wife of the orlando shooting is under the microscope as the investigation into her husband's horrific attack continues.
>> it's four years and nothing has been done. >> a lawmaker declares he has had enough and demands congress acts on sweeping gun legislation. and the case of the mother found murdered in fairmount park. now the details of the hours past. we are learning more about the orlando nightclub shooter, omar mateen. he passed a psychological test as parts of being a security guard. nobody saw signs of mental or emotional distress and more questions are surfacing about mateen's wife, they have seen her at several locations including pulse. she has taken a lie detector test. what involvement did she have with this attack. and now 25 people remain in the care of doctors and six are in critical condition and doctors warn the death toll could go up.
tonight the families of the 49 people killed instantly are making funeral arrangements for their loved one. gloria rivera is live in washington with more. >> reporter: good afternoon. you mentioned it. officials are looking closely at omar mateen's wife asking her probing questions, what did she know and when did she know it. and processing evidence of the crime scene, going back weeks months and years focusing on the horrific attacks for what did anyone else know about what he planned. >> did his wife, noor salman know he was planning mass murder. officials say she allegedly went to purchase ammo with mateen and visited pulse nightclub with him at least once. and now the fbi is asking for help. >> no matter how small the information can be, i want to
hear about it. >> the threatening facebook message that mateen wrote the morning of the attacks and signs that he struggled with a personal conflict but a former classmate with this. >> he said if you were gay, you would definitely be my type of guy. victims speaking out about coming face-to-face with the killer. >> he looked deranged like something was wrong with him. tiara spend moments in the bathroom with her cousin who would not make it. >> lawmakers demanding congress take action once again. >> am prepared to stand on this floor and talk about the need for this body to come together on keeping terrorists away from getting guns. i know we can come together on this issue. >> moving moment on the floor there up at the hill in washington, on the republican
side. the presumptive nominee donald trump, he says today he will meet with the nra to talk about whether or not people on the no fly list should be able to buy guns. trump is not for that, the republican party and the nra, that is a restriction that they have long opposed. channel 6 "action news" back to you. >> gloria thank you. back here lets take a live look at west catholic high school in west philadelphia. where people are expected to gather for the vigil for akyra murray killed in the shooting. she was a basketball standout to earned a full scholarship to play basketball at mercy hurst high school. our coverage continues at 6abc.com the facebook and twitter pages, join the conversation with other viewers
and share your condolences and see the updates posts as soon as they happen. now to the 2016 election. the new "washington post" poll shows hillary clinton gaining ground on donald trump. however, both candidates lack in popularity with the voters. a whopping 7 out of 10 americans. 70% do not view donald trump favorably. that supfrom the last month but hillary clinton has risen in that category. more than 5 out of 10 americans do not view her favorably either. a bloomberg poll shows that hillary clinton has her first double digit lead over donald trump 49% support to 37%. once again, protecting americans from terror attacks at home was the main topic on the cam explain trail. donald trump in atlanta clarified his proposal from banning all muslims from entering the united states. >> so what i'm saying it's a
temporary ban in particular for certain people coming from certain horrible, where you have tremendous terrorism in the world, you know what those places are, but we have to put a stop to it. >> trump will meet with leaders of the national rifle association later today. they have already endorsed him for president. meantime hillary clinton fired back at donald trump for what she calls her inflammatory and dangerous rhetoric. she told supporters today that the u.s. needs to rely on partnerships in muslim countries to help fight terrorism. we have to build trust in muslim communities here at home to counter radicalization in the lone wolf phenomenon. world news tonight with david muir has more from the campaign trail, the battle over
gun control on capitol hill as well as the investigation into the orlando massacre. watch it all tonight at 6:30 following "action news" at 6:00. the authorities have identified the woman found brutally murdered in fairmount park. 29-year-old toy bryant was found yesterday near the mann center for the performing arts. a couple on their way to work spotted the body. they was found stabbed and handcuffs and shot in the back of the head. a german town father charged in death of his son. david armstrong charged with endangering the welfare of a child. his child was taken to the hospital with severe injuries and died two days later. from our delaware newsroom, two arrests are made in a carjacking at the dover mall. 22-year-old benjamin buyer and trevor cox as well as another man approached a 18-year-old in
the parking lot outside of dicks sporting goods and threatened him with a pipe and baton and stopped and ordered the driver out of the car and then the suspects drove off. a formal arraignment was set for an accused double murderer. ronald dorsey is accused of shooting dolly evans and ruby thomas in may fair. their bodies were founds in august of 2014. dorsey will be arraigned on july 6. james meres plead guilty earlier and they say they were out to rob evans and thomas. trenton police are investigating a collision that sent a car into a building it happened at 1:30 this afternoon when turning on to west hanover street collided with a silver nissan, it drove into four vehicles before it came to rest crashing into the corner of a building, the driver suffered minor injuries and it appears
speed may have been a factor. the eastbound pennsylvania turnpike in buck county is back open tonight. two cars and a tractor trailer collided. one person was hurt and the injury is not life-threatening and once again the turnpike is back to normal. time to get a check of the traffic scene midweek on wednesday. >> see if other highways and byways are back to normal. >> the phils game and people trying to get to the dolly parton concert. as we look at 95 at allegheny, southbound a crash is getting in your way, coming south of wood haven, a long slow crawl, the normal volume headed out of town and the northbound lanes are open unlike this morning. some northbound volume headed up
to the event and southbound a disabled vehicle behind the tree sticking out into the left lane. and watching a crash in chester county, 202 near 252 taking out the left lane and slower speeds kick in farther south from malvern to exton. it's really slow once again as you come out of camden to pennsauken, a sea of brake lights bought of the emergency construction off the admiral wilson boulevard coming off the ben franklin bridge get on 676 southbound. and heading down to firefly, the crash in bear is gone, a few slow speeds but better there than earlier. >> much more to come on "action news" tonight. a north philadelphia community will have a new place to enjoy and grow thanks to the generosity of the trainingers. and folks are hoping to strike it rich using their brains, testing their luck in buck county and all for a show
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a much needed blood drive is underway at this hour in south jersey. the gloucester county ems is sponsoring the drive. there is a critical need for blood and there is time to come donate and that runs until 10:00 tonight. "habitat for humanity" is putting their loving touch on a wilmington community. here at peace park at stewart street. repairs are also being done on 15 low income family homes, a $17,000 grant from lowes made it a reality. time for sports and jeff is here and phillies back home and the team they were playing is now here and that is not
necessarily good news. >> hopefully not an issue for the phillies, who lost 18 of 24. >> oh. >> things went south north of the border but hopefully the phillies can turn it around now that they are back in south philly against toronto, the phillies once again are the worst team in baseball. tommy joseph back in the cleanup spot. and once again they look to clean up their act and they are missing miguel franco and will miss his third straight game. >> if everything goes the right way maybe tomorrow i'll be in the lineup. we'll see i have do everything i can do and i'm feeling much better. we need someone that can win the game with one swing and we don't have a lot of guys doing that. lebron james has done it all during his nba career, mvp scoring champ and all start and the list goes on and on and on. and the only thing the king has
not conquered is a playoff hole. lebron james and the cafes are trying to be the first team in the nba history to do it in the finals. tomorrow in game six they can even the series, three games a piece. and the warriors have been here before they know how to close out a series. different challenge and different circumstance with a couple of injuries and what not but the opportunity is there and i think we are very poised group that is ready for it. >> we'll see, game six in cleveland if you can't make it out there. prop up your feet on the couch and turn on 6 abc and cavs and warriors. >> long time tnt sideline reporter, greg sager is joining the abc broadcast team and will be on the sidelines for the first game. they worked out an arrangements
so the flashy dresser can suit up and be a part of game six. former villanova star, ryan arcidiacono plans to work out for the sixers. the final four mvp is out in houston working out and he is not expected to be drafted next week. how about bensalem native, christopher crawford will play in oakmont in western pennsylvania, so what is crawford's key to making the cut. >> i have to drive the ball well, with the bunkers at oakmont you have to stay in the fair way. i think first and foremost i have to hit it well and hit a lot of fair ways one way or another. >> finally a warning to all flyers fans this may ruin your appetite tonight, sydney cross by and the penguins celebrating
their fourth stanley cup in the streets of pittsburgh today. >> when will that thing come to philadelphia down broad street? >> not soon enough. >> but we'll be standing there when it does. >> i can't wait. philadelphia's first responders are enhancing the skills that enhance lives. the city fire department is hosting a two day fire and light safety outreach program at the college of philadelphia. new fire commissioner adam peel took part in a q&a today. for the event that wrapped up tomorrow. a ribbon cutting celebrated the opening of the branch canal today, it stretches along the chesapeake and delaware canal and includes the burial ground of african-american troops that served for the union during the civil war.
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now i'm a teacher myself, right here in camden. i'm just passing it along to my own students and making those same connections my teachers made with me. now that's some beautiful music. i'm jamal dickerson, and i'm proud to be a new jersey educator. as you get into the overnight hours we'll track wet weather coming in. stormtracker 6 live double scan a couple of light showers there in south jersey and that is why we have more in the way of cloud cover and cooler numbers there. that is starting to break apart
and what we are tracking overnight is off to the north and west. early tomorrow morning we'll show you the picture outside. looking ought side at penn's landing. plenty of sunshine earlier today and now the clouds are starting to roll on in. in advance of the precipitation. our high today in philadelphia with the amount of sun overhead, 80 and 3 degrees shy of average, the record 100 set in 1994. along the 95 corridor 77 in the city and 81 in trenton and 73 in wilmington and 77 in reading but cooler at the coast in cape may 69 and 71 in millville. here is satellite 6 along with action radar we have for the most part quiet conditions, this boundary will lift off to the north and we'll watch moisture that will gather across western pennsylvania and slide our way as we get into the overnight hours and early tomorrow morning
on thursday. future tracker 6 showing the precip arriving, cloudy and showers off to the west at that point. as we get into 5:00, 6:00 in the morning give yourself extra time for the commute because there is pockets of heavy rain and i would not be surprised to see pockets of thunder. we'll get into a break in the afternoon hours as well. here is what to expect tomorrow with the setup. scattered showers on the way and cooler easterly wind with this low pressure off the shore we tap into the counterclockwise flow of air. the high of just 74 degrees, this area of low pressure dips down to the south and that is why we are calling for some rain, mainly south of philadelphia across areas in south jersey and also portions of delaware as well could be scraped as this area of low pressure moves on by and the high of 80 and high pressure returns for the start of the
weekend, the exclusive accuweather forecast looking like this. a few showers around on thursday, a high temperature, a cool one and 74 degrees, rain mainly to the south of philadelphia and afternoon sun returning at 80 degrees, saturday sunny and beautiful, a high of 82 degrees and sunday sunny and warm for father's day with a high temperature of 85, and we'll have the gary papa run and the 5-k and 10 k for a good cause. 7:00 a.m. 64 and 10:00 in the morning eakins oval temperature of 73. we start to heat up on monday for the summer solstice, a high of 90 degrees and tuesday 92 humid with an afternoon thunderstorm overhead and they we cool back down into the middle half of next week, lower humidity as well with the high temperature of 85 degrees, you'll notice the different tomorrow with the showers overhead and a nice rebound especially for the start of summer next week. >> thank you. with rain in the forecast, get
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walked up to brown street and took a package and walked away. police want anyone that recognizes the suspect to walk away please. now jim gardner and the "action news" team standing by with this next at 6:00. the latest on the 2-year-old boy dragged into the lagoon by an alligator on disney property. and an explosion rocked a south neighborhood this afternoon. new details on what cause that blast. those stories and more next at
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"action news" delaware valley's leading news program. with ducis rogers, meteorologist, cecily tynan and jim gardner. it is wednesday night and the big story on "action news" tonight is the word from disney world. the body of the 2-year-old boy has been recovered. we of course are talking about the boy snatched from shallow water last night by an alligator. at least 50 people spent the day searching for the boy in the seven seas lagoon at the floridian report in orlando. the boy was found close to where the gator grabbed him last night and the body was found intact. the boy is identified as lane graves of elk horn, nebraska. how much did noor salman
know about her husband's plan to attack the nightclub pulse in the attack that killed 49 people. his wife can be criminally liable if she knew about it and did nothing about it. whether or not she tried to talk him out of it. and whether she went with him to buy weapons. a memorial to the 49 who died continues to grow outside of orlando outside of orlando regional medical center. christie is live outside of west catholic high school where a vigil has begun in memory of akyra murray. >> reporter: what is right. over the last 20 minutes we see a steady stream of people making their way into the auditorium for this private vigil just for the school community but it was just last week they were celebrating graduating seniors including akyra murray, they are